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Dr. Enrique Garcia     Research Associate

School of Engineering & Physical Sciences, Institute of Mechanical, Process & Energy Engineering, Heriot-Watt University, Riccarton, UK


    Office: JN3.04

    Phone: To be confirmed

    Email: E.Garcia@hw.ac.uk



Enrique started his PhD in the combustion and gasification group of the Instituto de Carboquimica” of the Spanish Research Council (CSIC). His dissertation was part of an agreement between the CSIC and CTGAS-ER/Petrobras and was focused on syngas/Hydrogen production from liquid fuels using oxygen carriers (metal oxides), process known as Chemical Looping reforming. In November 2017 he started working at Heriot-Watt University as a research associate. He has published 10 research papers so far and participated in near twenty conferences. 


Research Interests:

His main research areas are CO2 capture, Sorbents, Carbon materials, OMCs, Fluidized bed reactors, oxygen carriers, Chemical looping processes, TGA analysis. 

Recent Publications:

  1. García-Labiano, L.F. de Diego, E. García-Díez, A. Serrano, A. Abad, P. Gayán, J. Adánez. Combustion and reforming of liquid fossil fuels through chemical looping process – Integration of chemical looping processes in a refinery-, Energy Procedia, 2017, 114, 325-333. 

  2. García-Díez, F. García-Labiano, L.F. de Diego, A Abad, P. Gayán, J. Adánez, J.A.C. Ruíz. Steam, dry, steam-dry chemical looping reforming of diesel fuel in a 1 kWth unit. Chemical Engineering Journal, 2017, 325, 369-377. 

  3. García-Díez, F. García-Labiano, L.F. de Diego, A Abad, P. Gayán, J. Adánez. Autothermal chemical looping reforming process of different fossil liquid fuels. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 2017, 42, 13633-13640. 

  4. García-Díez, F. García-Labiano, L.F. de Diego, A Abad, P. Gayán, J. Adánez, J.A.C Ruíz. Optimization of hydrogen production with CO2 capture by autothermal chemical looping reforming using different bioethanol purities. Applied Energy 2016, 169, 491-498. 

  5. García-Díez, A. Abad, P. Gayán, J. Adánez. Bioethanol combustion with CO2 capture in a 1 kWth Chemical Looping Combustion prototype: Suitability of the oxygen carrier. Chemical Engineering Journal 2016, 283, 1405-1413.

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